Pros: Somewhat friendly staff
Cons: Only Part-Time
In the beginning everything seems amazing. After a few months, you begin to see problems within the staff including management. Unfortunately, because the work crew is rather small and there are only maybe 2-3 people in management, everyone is from the same or similar place. Most people who work together either know each other or certain family members, which of coarse is a problem. As I said within a few months, you see that the people LOVE to spread personal information they may know, they LOVE to discuss anything that is a form of gossip. Not everyone is involved in this, but if there is only one person who gossips... well you see the problem.
There are a few good things about the environment, the best thing is that if you prove yourself to be useful, you may be given other positions within the company, but unless you happen to be a favorite of the management team, your chances of advancement within the company is limited. It is extremely easy to make friends, because of the small staff, but you must still establish a distinct line between work and personal. All of the jobs are rather easy, whether you're a server, delivery driver, cook, or CSR (I held all of those within a 18 month period) as long as you pay attention when trained. Even if you are not given proper training, most are willing to help you learn how to improve or fix any mistakes you may make. As long as you are cordial, respectful, and dedicated this job can be fun.
With all that being said, I would recommend that you not be there for more than 2 years, unless you aspire to be a manager in the restaurant business, most jobs there are meant to be temporary.
Also, something to keep in mind, the only Full-Time positions are the general manager positions. All other positions are Part-Time.